According to the current analysis of Reports and Data, the global Functional Food Ingredients Market was valued at USD 68.45 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 113.01 billion by the year 2026, at a CAGR of 6.4%. Functional foods offer enhanced benefits beyond their fundamental nutritional value. They encompass an extensive range of products. Some products are generated around a ingredient, for example, foods containing probiotics, prebiotics, or plant stanols and sterols. Other foodstuffs or drinks can be fortified with a nutrient that would not usually be present to any great extent (for instance, folic acid fortified bread or breakfast cereals).
Functional foods and drinks provide vast benefits in health terms. A large number of adults use such kinds of foods and beverages products for a variety of fitness-related concerns, including high cholesterol, obesity, high blood pressure, and heart condition. Brands that incorporate ingredients that address those issues have a high likelihood of capturing consumers’ attention. Consumers forego some taste for nutritional value, but there’s still a high taste threshold that consumers don’t cross, no matter the benefits a product offers. Thus, maintaining the taste with nutritional benefits is a challenge to the market.
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The increasing cost of healthcare that is expected to increase life expectancy, and the desire of aged people to improve their quality of life are driving the functional food ingredients market.
One of the most critical aspects of the activity of functional foods regards the possibility that their constituent remains “active” and “bioavailable” even after processing. When consumers consume a functional food or functional drink, the bioactive constituents contained are released from the dietary matrix, metabolized under the action of digestive enzymes, absorbed into the bloodstream, transported to their respective target tissues or excreted via urine or faeces. However, not all constituents can be used to the same extent since they differ in their bioavailability. Bioavailability is defined as the amount of an ingested nutrient that is available for absorption in the gut after digestion. Therefore, the bioavailability of a nutrient is directed by internal and external and factors. Internal factors are age, gender, nutrient status and particular health-condition (e.g. pregnancy, diseases) whereas the release of the functional constituents from food matrix and its chemical form that allow to permit to enter into the gut cells or pass between them were considered as external factors.
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For the purpose of this report, Reports and Data has segmented the Functional Food Ingredients market on the basis of type, source, application and region:
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